According to Grinding Gear Games, Massive ARPG Path of Exile will finish support for Windows XP and Vista for the next update.
In the announcement from the game website, Grinding Gear stated that "March's 3.6.0 update will never apply to Windows XP or Windows Vista systems."
According to developers, the amount of active XP and Vista users are simply 0.1% on the total number of games users, that makes sense since Windows XP is aging enough. At a similar time, Windows Vista is getting ready to become a teenager, which no less than explains why it's very low and POE Trade is particularly unlikely to complete what it says.
"Microsoft, Steam and the majority other game companies have stopped supporting these systems, and that we plan to perform the same," Grinding Gear continued. “This will likely release technical helpful information for other, more influential tasks.”
At the identical time, Grinding Gear is abandoning its DirectX 9 version in the game. DX9 should ensure full support for Vista and XP users. But most players who utilize the DirectX 9 version try this simply because it lets them disable shadows, not as their system cannot support DX11.
"The game environment on the Buy POE Currency is created around their shadows. Over time, we have been increasingly depending on shadows as being a key part of the environment, so games without shadows become not the same as the experience we would like. , we ensure that our new renderer has fast shadows. DirectX 11 version (with shadow) performs superior to DirectX 9 without shadows."
So, basically, if you're a fan of exile in XP or Vista, you will need to upgrade to at the very least Windows between now and March 7. At a similar time, the remainder of the 99.9% of exiles will manage to benefit from Looking at the overall game, Grinding Gear claims they will "simplify a great deal of code."
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